Bridging Selma April 25, 2015

The Morgan State University SGJC Global Reporting Project Team members visit Selma, AL U.S.A. to engage in an experiment in social justice reporting.

Bridging Selma looks at Selma today through the prism of the past — Bridging historical divides of race by reporting on the real outcomes of the hope and promise of political, economic and educational opportunity of 50 years ago.

SGJC Global Reporting Project students Maya Gilmore, Asha Glover, Camille Harrison, Ahjahnae LaQuer, Benjamin McKnight, and Emily Pelland investigate stories, write, and prepare multimedia packages across media platforms while on location in Selma.

Also in Selma, AL with the SGJC Global Reporting Project are Karen Houppert, Assistant Professor, Department of Multimedia Journalism; and Ron Taylor.




  1. Dedicated server • March 22, 2016

    Through the Ricoh Theta 360 camera, Selma felt surreal. I was in a virtual reality navigating a true reality. The frame of view vanished, and the story felt more expansive. Reply

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